The Gnome 3 Linux desktop environment is very unique. Modern versions of this DE have nothing common with the traditional desktop paradigm. Today, we will see how to assign a single key shortcut (not some key combination like Win + Space or Alt + Shift) to change your keyboard layout in Gnome 3.
GNOME Layout Manager is a special script for Linux users who use Gnome 3 as their primary desktop environment. With this script, it it possible to make it look like Windows 10, macOS or even Ubuntu with Unity.
The Gnome 3 Linux desktop environment is not something that is extremely popular today. Modern versions of Gnome have nothing common with the traditional desktop paradigm. At one time, Gnome used to be one of the most popular desktop environments. But it has diverged so much from Gnome 2 that it looks different, it works differently, and it is very unique. It does have a number of great features.